Today’s Headlines

  • Pulitzer Winner Steve Hymon Builds on Monday’s Post on CAHSR (The Source)
  • A Look at a Stack of Anti-Growth Ballot Initiatives Across CA (Voice of SD)
  • Santa Barbara Passes Bike Master Plan (NoozHawk)
  • LADOT Plans for Protected Bikeway in Temescal Canyon (Biking in LA)
  • Advocates Push for CEQA Exemption for Bikeway in SD (BikeSD)
  • Long Beach Announces November Open Streets Event (LongBeachize)
  • Sacramento Bans Bikes on Some Sidewalks (SacBee)
  • Texas Has High Speed Rail NIMBY’s Too (Texas Tribune)
  • L.A. Freeways Ranked From Mildly Soul-Sucking to Totally Unbearable – Now That’s a Headline (LA Mag)

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AC Transit seeks public input on desired qualities, priorities of future general manager (Contra Costa Times) New LADOT chief of staff is Bridget Smith, lately from SFMTA (Streetsblog Tumblr) Encinitas approves local money for RR undercrossing, aiming for matching Active Transportation Program funds (Encinitas Advocate) San Benito County ponders transportation sales tax measure (San Benito […]

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So far, S.F. Supervisors are split on Bike Yield Law (Hoodline) Merced bike path future uncertain  (Merced Sun Star) Coliseum Transit Village could cost Oakland millions (SF Gate) Fresno city, school district agree on opening schoolyards for green space (Fresno Bee) Ten reasons why cars are on the decline (Pedal Fort Collins) The work’s not […]

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Los Altos “Cycle Saturday” features attended bike parking (Los Altos Town Crier) Cranky columnist calls bikeway planned for Richmond Bridge a “vanity” project for “well-funded lobbying groups” (Marin Independent Journal) An argument to abolish bicycle lanes (Crikey) Arguments for and against Santa Cruz transportation sales tax measure (Press Banner) Ideas for temporary traffic calming during […]

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LA Times bad-mouths the High Speed Rail Authority for defending itself against Republican congressmembers who lied about Caltrain and zeroes in on a passing comment on cap-and-trade’s effect on gas prices (not as big as seasonal volatility in the industry itself) (L.A. Times) Cap-and-trade provides $1.4 billion for projects (Climate Wire)  Also see Streetsblog coverage […]

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Sacramento prepares to (finally) update its bike plan (Sacramento Bee) Bike the Bay riders follow the Bayshore Bikeway and get to ride the San Diego-Coronado Bridge (San Diego Union-Tribune) San Francisco police captain gets on his bike (San Francisco News) Sacramento’s Blue Line light rail extension opens today (Sacramento Bee) More on negotiations in the […]